The lady leads the way by louannwarren

The lady leads the way

I went back to the Riverwalk not far from my home yesterday, hoping the Canadian Geese were back for the winter. There is so much construction and noise there now I literally saw two pair of Mallards, not a goose in sight! These two were swimming under the fountain and I liked the water sparkles made by the fountain.
Love that you captured them with the fountain.
November 30th, 2018  
Such a fabulous shot, at first I thought they were swimming in the rain ;-)
November 30th, 2018  
Great capture. I think all the Canadian geese are in Granbury. We have a lot that are year around residents.
November 30th, 2018  
Fun shot! They must like getting a shower:)
November 30th, 2018  
Poor things are getting wet. LOL Very cute capture.
November 30th, 2018  
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Cute capture. I like the water sparkles.
November 30th, 2018  
A lovely capture. Fav!! 😀
November 30th, 2018  
As it should be!!
November 30th, 2018  
Interesting capture in the rain, well spotted Lou Ann:)
November 30th, 2018  
Lovely image
November 30th, 2018  
The drops make it a very interesting picture!
November 30th, 2018  
What a cute pair.................and love the sparkles!
November 30th, 2018  
@linnypinny @ludwigsdiana @henrir @365karly1 @mittens @gijsje @carolmw @happypat @pcoulson @mave @ingrid01 Thank you! I appreciate your comments and faves more than you know. I’m hopeful the geese will return when the construction is finished!
November 30th, 2018  
Great capture
November 30th, 2018  
Nice shot! It almost looks like it's snowing. If the geese find the area to be pleasant enough they'll move in and they won't leave. Places around here have become overrun with them!
December 1st, 2018  
Ha ha, good to see he is following.
December 1st, 2018  
@olivetreeann There’s usually a group of at least 15 Snowgeese at the Riverwalk, I guess all the construction noise caused them to go someplace else for the day. I imagine when the noise settles down they are back there for the night at least.
December 1st, 2018  
@louannwarren Oh- Snow Geese- yes, that's different. I think they are sensitive that way, and they definitely don't take over like the Canada Geese do. We have a preserve a couple hours away where the Snow Geese make a stop on their migratory route. It's amazing to see thousands of them in the fields!
December 1st, 2018  
why you'd want those pesky geese is beyond me. not to worry, we'll send you some asap! :-D
December 1st, 2018  
Very pretty!
December 5th, 2018  
@bkbinthecity @onewing @summerfield @gardenfolk Thank you! This popped on the TP! @summerfield we just like any water birds around here, of course we don’t live by water so we don’t have to clean up after them. Smile.
December 5th, 2018  
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